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I received my replacement Force 3 two days ago. Using it, I just had my second freeze in two days. Each time I rebooted, my MB could not detect my Force 3 until power cycled it. Both times I was playing Civ V. Since my SSD was not detectable after the freeze, I am assuming that this is a continuation of the problem. I hear that SF can recreate problems on their system is working on another fw update this week, so I will wait to see if that fixes things.

 

I had no problems with my first drive, but replaced it as instructed. My serial number on the replacement matched that of the fixed drives. I did not play Civ V on my first drive, so I cannot compare.

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It is a clone from my old force 3 (which was a new install) via Windows Home Server.

 

Device manager says my ssd driver version is 6.1.7600.16385 and my ahci controller driver Intel version 10.5.0.1026

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I would recommend to secure erase the drive and do a clean install. When cloning from another drive could cause it to align improperly causing slow performance and other issues. Make sure your motherboard has the latest bios update as well.
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I set my PCH voltage to 1.15 four days ago. I just had another BSOD. System froze, then unfroze, froze, then crashed.

 

This is from event viewer...don't know if it is relevant.

 

 

0000: 000607DB 001C0002 00090012 001C000A

0008: 000607DB 001D0003 00090001 001C000A

0010: 00000E10 0000003C 00000001 00000E10

0018: 00000000 00000708 00000001 00024426

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I set my PCH voltage to 1.15 four days ago. I just had another BSOD. System froze, then unfroze, froze, then crashed.

 

This is from event viewer...don't know if it is relevant.

 

 

0000: 000607DB 001C0002 00090012 001C000A

0008: 000607DB 001D0003 00090001 001C000A

0010: 00000E10 0000003C 00000001 00000E10

0018: 00000000 00000708 00000001 00024426

 

The event viewer info is not helpful. However, your increased stability with the voltage change is. Do you have a shorter SATA cable on hand that you could try for testing purposes?

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